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Providing information technology (IT) services to commercial and public sectors to ensure systems run smoothly and without interruption.
As all of us realize, a wide range of IT network administration services are critical today for the organization and operation of business, industry, and government. Any “downtime” is costly in terms of both lost productivity and cost.
The system administrator may apply a broad skill set or may choose to specialize among services including design, system installation/upgrading, troubleshooting, configuration of systems and network devices, and user support. Experts in this field keep up to date on research and technology, products and services in the industry, and maintain a consistent and methodical investigative approach to their work.
From ensuring commercial entities remain “up and running” with limited systems breakdowns, to contributing to the design and development of new and innovative systems, the role of the IT network systems administrator is widely accepted as business critical.
Important elements of the challenge include:
The IT Network Systems Administrator works in diverse environments including network operations centres, internet service providers and data centres.
The Competitor is judged on their knowledge, understanding, and abilities to install, run, configure, and troubleshoot various operating systems.
An understanding of network security and system integration is essential to this Skill.
Judges will award marks to Competitors who can work with both wired and wireless internet working devices.
|Medallion for Excellence||713||Renato Jucá||Brazil|
|Medallion for Excellence||713||Aurélien BRUNO||France|
|Medallion for Excellence||710||Riccardo Somma||Principality of Liechtenstein|
|Medallion for Excellence||709||Kai Redmann||Germany|
|Medallion for Excellence||707||CHIH-HUNG LEI||Chinese Taipei|
|Medallion for Excellence||704||Shane Carpenter||United Kingdom|
|Medallion for Excellence||700||Kevin Couderc-Dubois||Canada|
|Medallion for Excellence||700||Pascal Mathis||Switzerland|
|689||JEFFREY TING MING YEONG||Malaysia|
|679||Jeffry Steven Hernández Torres||Colombia|
|679||Wai Weng Lo||Macao, China|
|646||Alwaleed Alhindi||Saudi Arabia|
|633||Nasser Bader||United Arab Emirates|
|628||Cee-Jay Lakey||South Africa|
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